Trading addiction and its antidote

I have been running workshops couple of times in a quarter and get this question a lot – Is trading the markets an obsession/addiction? – Answer is both YES and NO. » More »


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Achilles heel of a Discretionary trader

Achilles’ heel was an unguarded weakness that ultimately brought down a hero of Greek mythology and this post is an attempt to understand the things that has to be kept in mind while designing a trading methodology as a discretionary trader. » More »


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Great lesson from Mahabharata – Visualization

Most of you already know that am not a religious person but the mythological books can teach us many life lessons. So, my reading habit obviously gravitates even towards mythological stories/ books. » More »


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Getting out of comfort zone

We have often heard successful people mentioning in their speeches/articles that one should ‘Get out of their comfort zone’ to taste success. What this phrase really means? » More »


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Never start your trading day with an hungry stomach

Indian stock market starts at 9:15 am. Well past the usual breakfast time for many. Yes – this post is about food 🙂 » More »


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